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SIERRA VISTA— City officials want the public to weigh in on a master plan for Veterans Memorial Park that will incorporate an additional 20-acre area that Sierra Vista recently purchased from the school district.

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FORT HUACHUCA— COVID-19 cases on Fort Huachuca among soldiers coming back from holiday leave were lower than expected, officials said this week, and as a result some restrictions placed on service members have been relaxed.

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SIERRA VISTA — Heading down State Route 92 out of Sierra Vista, you may have noticed a shimmering copper roof going up on an old A–frame building and wondered “What new business is this?”

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Sierra Vista Unified School District employees will now be able to voluntarily “donate” leave time to their fellow employees, as approved by the governing board at its Tuesday night meeting.

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It was 10 years in the making, but Carla Reaves has opened the doors to My Little Playhouse, a place where children can have a safe place to play with various toys and dress-up costumes and adults can rent the space to hold birthday parties and other gatherings.

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SIERRA VISTA — Whether it’s for medical purposes, for recreation or both, city council members on Tuesday said they would allow a marijuana dispensary in Sierra Vista following the passage of Proposition 207 in November.

As announced at the Sierra Vista Unified School District’s Governing Board meeting on Jan. 5, a motion was approved to consolidate the district’s Food Services Program to address the program’s increasing deficit.

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The Sierra Vista Police Department reminds residents to take simple precautions to protect their bicycles from theft and, in the event a bicycle is stolen, ensure it can be quickly identified if found.

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SIERRA VISTA — The number of positive COVID-19 cases are beginning to rise daily at Canyon Vista Medical Center, a spokeswoman said, with Thursday morning seeing 33 new cases at the health-care facility, a slight increase from the day before.

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Continual adjustments marked 2020 as complications of the COVID-19 pandemic forced small-businesses owners to adapt their operations to the safety guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Arizona Department of Health.

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SIERRA VISTA — After decades of reporting crime under a national system that didn’t relay every offense that occurred in a criminal incident, the Sierra Vista Police Department has switched to a program that will now reveal more to the public.

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Although muted from celebrations in past years, Sierra Vista paid notice that 2020 was on its way out Thursday night. The Gathering Scene and Hoppin’ Grapes Beer and Wine Tasting Shop were places for games and mocktails, not to mention tasty delights, to properly welcome in 2021.

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SIERRA VISTA — While most look forward to opening presents with family by their side, Eden Wright wasn’t feeling up to it on Christmas Day. The 2-year-old spent the holiday at Banner University Medical Center in Tucson with his mother, Sequana Wright, recovering from a bone marrow transplant.

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SIERRA VISTA— Amid COVID-19 and the havoc it wreaked across the world in 2020, Sierra Vista faced its obstacles, but there were a few positives, city officials said, including being named one of the top 17 municipalities in the west to live in during a pandemic.

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SIERRA VISTA — With the help of the community the Sierra Vista fire department was able to give new toys to 400 children in need this holiday season.

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Many local homes are filled with the scent and spirit of the holidays thanks to a live Christmas tree. But too often these trees end up in the landfill in the new year when they still have more to give. Fortunately, the City of Sierra Vista can help!

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“Take everything one day at a time,” is the philosophy former police officer Stuart Cannold has lived by throughout his career in law enforcement, education and now as a published author of his new book, “Blueline of Life & Death.”

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SIERRA VISTA — Sierra Vista Unified School District administrators and Pueblo del Sol Elementary School staff officially opened the new multipurpose room.